The Beginning of the Universe
Bird (J.H.)
Source: Proceedings of the Aristotelian Society, Supplementary Volumes, Vol. 40 (1966), pp. 139-150
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Author’s Introduction

  1. I shall not disagree with Swinburne, except on one minor matter, but instead approach the question in a somewhat round-about way.
  2. Swinburne has given a lucid survey of old and new arguments about cosmology; but he has said little about the objections raised recently by philosophers against the scientists' claims.
  3. Perhaps he is right to neglect them, even though they conflict with his views. However, I offer the following preliminary and negative remarks about some of these objections, in faint but definite support of his conclusions.

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